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About Washington County news. (Forest Grove, Washington County, Or.) 1903-1911 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1908)
S t a t e m e n t of t h e
S a v e M o n e y - B u y D ir e c t
O u r P r i c e s T alk.
W e k ctu il a t W h o le s a le
W in d o w s , D o o r s , H e a r d w a r e , P a i n t s
T H E K O S S C O .,
87 Grand Are., PORTLAND, OREG.
B e tte r
N ATIO N AL
s t a r
FO R EST (1ROVE, OREGON
W rit« for Ii**timat»;H on
T ire s S et
B R O W N ’S
C o n d i t i o n of
Gale Church from California is visit-1
ing at the Beach home where he used
Recorder Ireland of Hillsboro, was an
j interested spectator at the ball game
Roy Watkins was a Portland visitor
Tuesday taking in Barnum and Bailey’s
Cash on hand due
from Banks and
U. S. Treas
United States Bonds. .25,000.00
Premiums(U S Bonds). .825.00
Bonds and Securities. .20,358.25
Loans and discounts. .74,532.33
Furniture and Fixtures. 3,443.80
S T A B
F IV E
A t G d H «*/ t h e U o m p t r o / i e r , J u l y 15, 1 9 0 8
Capital paid in ....... 25,000.00
R E G I S T E R E D.
S cho o l
And Will Run Longer Without Loosen
ing Than Is Possible When Set the
Correct Attest: R. M. DOOLY, President
School opens Monday, September 21, and you’ll need to
Old Way. You Will Not Be Out the Portland spent Sunday with Miss Anna |
D. I. ALLER, Cashier
a pair of the best shoes on earth—the Brown shoe.
Use of Your Vehicle, as it Requires
But a Few Minutes to Do the Work.
Wm‘ Kreider is expected home j
No Charred Surfaces to Wear Away
“ The Wood is T h e L i'e .”
and Loosed the Tire.
No Overdishing Wheels or Splitting
Science has never vone beyond the
Mrs. Bertha Schaeffer and mother
Felloes or Cutting Out Too Much of are enjoying an outing at Soda Springs above simple statenn ntuf scripture. But
of the surprise in
The C o rn e r S to re
It has illuminated tl.a
for your j
The BROOKS Sets Them in a
friends accompany “
S. B. Starrett is visiting with his the increasing breadth of knowledge.
Mechanical and Scientific Way.
The BROOKS COLD TIRE SET daughter who lives on a ranch near is not alona the body which suffers
can imagine how
TER compresses the metal cold. No
through disease. The brain is also
pleased they will
steam and watersoaked felloes to shrink
Frank Allen and Alec Scott killed clouded, 'tin* mind and judgement are
be to receive a
:cted, a’uihruny an evil deed or impure
away and loosen the tire; to burnt two deer while hunting in Scoggins
picture of you
paint to replace. It gives just the Valley last week.
looking your best.
Iropimly of the
l'""l. impure blood
amount of dish required.
For you surely will
Miss Anna Johnson has returned can be made pun- ijy th- iiaii_of L>r.
(The United Statrs Government home from a trip to Hood River and Fierce's G o ld in .* , . I Di-ii-oy.'ry. I t
look that way in
enriches a n d nnr i l i es t h e lilt'd thereby
Finds the Cold Process the Best and Stevenson, Wash.
curing, pimples, blotches, eruptions and
has Adopted the BROOKS at the Shops |
cutaneous affections, as eczema,
P h o t o g r a ph s j
of the U. S. Forts and the Department \ Herchal Kreider has returned to his other
tetter, or salt-rheum, hives and other
of the Interior.)
manifestations of impure blood.
We are not con
a month vacation.
tent to make a 1
J. f\ McGILL,
In the cure of scrofulous swellings, en
Burdette Shipman left Tuesday even
faithful likeness. !
ing for an extended visit to his folks larged glands, open eating ulcers, or old
We aim to and do
Blacksmitiiing & General Repairing
in New York state.
produce portraits j
performed the most marvelous cures. In
FOREST GH0VE, ORE.
that seem imbued
Charley Walker, who was taken to cases of old sores, or open eating ulcers,
We are well fixed to take care of your every need in
the hospital at Portland a couple weeks it Is well to apply to the open sores Dr.
Pierce’s All-Healing Salve, which pos
the way of
bring an answer
ago, is home again.
sesses wonderful healing potency when
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Giddings of used as an application to the sores In con
Portland are visiting with their aunt junction with the use of "Golden Medical
Discovery " as a blood cleansing consti
Miss. Belle Denny is visiting in Mrs. Geo. Boldrick.
tutional treatment. If your druggist
Mrs. James Montague of Norton, don't happen to have the "All-Healing
Claud Smith spent Sunday in Mc- Kansas, has been visiting the past Salve" in stock, you can easily procure it
by inclosing fifty-four cents In postage
I week with Mrs. A. Jackson.
stamps to Dr. R. V. Pierce, «13 Main St.,
We carry in stock the following rifles and guns
Miss Trrs-a Striback spent Tuesday | Mr. and Mrs. Willis Goff left Tuesday Buffalo, N. Y., and it will come to you by
for a week's visit at the Astoria Regatta return post. Most druggists keep it as
well as the "Golden Medical Discovery.*
2 2 CAL. FROM $ 1 .7 5 TO $ 1 2 .0 0
Miss Helen Corl is spending a week and other points on the coast.
Lair Gregory, who has been working
of unknown composition as a substitute
Gertrude Nickols is visiting in Port on “ The Call” in San Francisco, re for "Golden Medical Discovory," which is
turned to the Grove Tuesday.
land this week.
a medicine o f k n o w n c o m po s it io n ,
I have the agency for the Autofiller
Ed. Dixon left Tuesday for Hunting- having a complete list of ingredients in —Self Filling, Self Cleaning Fountain
Miss Manche Langley was a Portland
ton, Ore., to bid on some tunnel work plain English on its bottle-wrapper, the Pen.
same being attested ns correct under oath.
a lw a ys Ready
for the O. R. & N. company.
Ttiw ays W rite s
Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets regulate
M. S. Allen was in Portland Tues
in and sec them . T h ey a re w ith out a doubt
and Invigorate stomach, liver and bowel*. th e Come
best s e lt fillin g p en on the m ark et today. W ar
day taking in the Big Show
ranted by both m a n u fa c tu re r and reta ile r.
have returned to Portland after spend
A. M. VKNEN
Miss Emma Briggs attended the ing a week at Springhill Farm.
tells of two delightful trips she has just
Circus in Portland Tuesday.
One to Niagara Falls and one
Miss Pollock goes to Olympia Wash, taken
Mrs. Adolph Eiler is visiting her next week where she will teach in the to Toronto, Canada.
grandfather Mr. Levi Smith.
schools during the coming year.
Miss Zella Daugherty of Sheridan
Mis, Edna Hamilton visited friends
Mrs. Caroline Fankboner and Miss Ore. has come to the Grove to spend
in McMinnville over Sunday.
Mattie Knox, who live out in Todd’s the winter with her sister Mrs. H. M.
Offers collegiate courses in Agricul
Mrs. Chester Johnson of Hillsboro, Lane, spent Sunday at Newport.
was a visitor in town Monday.
A son was born last week to Mr.
Hillsboro Methodists have begun and Mrs. Kapple. The little fellow of the public schools has returned from Husbandry, etc.; Forestry; Domestic
, Ohio where he has been spending the
came on Mr. Kapples’ birthday.
work on their new parsonage.
Science and Art; Civil, Electrical,
Miss Pearl Cook returned Tuesday
Mechanical, and Mining Engineering;
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Thomas took in
from Newport where she had been
In fact all kinds of Guns and Rifles that you can get any
Goff Bros, have moved their office Commerce; Pharmacy.
the big circus at Portland Tuesday.
spending a week with Miss Corl.
from the center of the store to the
Offers elementary courses in Agri
F. E. Willis of Banks, was in attend*
Miss Anna Cornelius is back at her
ance at the ball game here Sunday.
and Art, Commerce, and Mechanic
place in Bailey’s store after a three have better light.
— For plain sewing see Mrs. Car weeks vacation spent at the coast.
Arts, including forge work, cabinet
Rev. Kellems, who is conducting
lyle, Forest Grove, phone 435. 8-tlp
steam fitting, plumbing,
Sheriff Hancock is attending the revival meetings in Hillsboro, has had machine work. etc.
Jerrv Walker of Hoqium, Wash, is State Association of Sheriffs at Astoria, about 40 additions to the Cnristian
Strong faculty, modern equipment;
visiting at the home of L. C. Walker. which is in session there this week.
Church up to date.
nct to c
1 free tuition; opens Sept. 25.
Mrs. J. E. Bellinger is visiting with
Mrs. Dutcher, who has been visiting: The P. W. Cronin property on A
Mrs. Nora Baker at Hillside this week
“ L. Carlyle has rt- street was sold Tuesday to Mrs. Herb, formation on application to the Regis
her niece Mrs. S.
Mrs. Hatfield and Miss Kate Jack- turned to her home in Walla Walla.
through the agency of the Oregon trar, free.
son are spending a few days in Portland.
Land & Trading Co.
ing nat :
Dr. Via reports the birth of a fine
Mrs. S. L. Carlyle and her aunt boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chris
— We’ll buy your wool and mohair.
— Joe Stream guarantees to please
Mrs. Dutcher spent Sunday at New Jensen just west of town, on the 21st. with the latest haircut. Sharp razors Bring it in.
properly handled. Pacific avenue near
Money to loan on farm security.
Miss Elda Walker will return next
W. H. Hollis. Forest Grove
week to her school duties in Lihctjfh will leave the latter part of September
Will Kertson, who has moved his
family to Portland where he is to en
— Dr. Lowe, the optician, will be in
gage in the grocery business, was out
Forest Grove Sept, 10, 11 and to noon gone to Tillamook to spend a month to our town Monday.
Dr. J. S. Bishop has gone on a
with his brother-in law, Frank Bester.
Mrs. C. L Large and daughter Lu- trip to the East and will return about
Miss Marie Spieschart is attending
eile and Miss Florence Hicks returned
Miss Belle from Portland today where they at- i pose of general post-graduate study
fin : and 1
the millinery openings at Portland this Kohler are guests of
and hospital work. He will also pay
Johnson at Springhill Farm this week. tended the Circus.
by Mr. H
special attention to the latest methods
n is bei
FOR S a l e — Dry Fir wood. L. L.
Mrs. Lloyd Loomis was called to
— Miss Penfield has just received a in the treatment of tuberculosis in all
Doane, Forest Grove. Ind. phone Tillamook Tuesday, to be with her fine line of the latest stationary and its forms and of cancers, viriting some
W ’We w
P O R T LA N D . O R EG O N
grandmother, who fell and broke an has a verv artistic display in the show of the largest sanatariums and confer
o' the lin<
W R IT E FOR CATALOG
window of her book store.
F. J. Miller and family returned
ring with specialists in these lines, and
)T7ie School (hot Placet Pou in a Good P o s i f i n n
Monday from a pleasant outing on the
A letter from Miss Josephine Baber,
expects on his return to be prepared to
who is visiting in Lancaster, Ohio,
treat such cases according to the best
o a s t.
from Newport today where she and her
and most successful methods. 5-t4
son Bruce have been spending sever
Dr. E. H. Brown, Physician and
—The top price at Bailey’s for jam
al days with Mrs. Thomas Roe.
The preliminary hearing of Walter Surgeon. X-Ray and all electrical ap •
w i w;
Wool and Mohair.
COMPARATIVE STATEMENTS OF DEPOSITS
Mrs. P. H. Buxton of Morrow, Johnson, who admitted the killing of pliances in office. Calls answered
Perdue near Buxton, will be held be night or day.
—Chase & Sanborn Coffees alwif accomplis:
Sherman county, is visiting with her
j Mar 2 2 . 1907
Judge Goodin at Hillsboro some
Try Schultz’s ground bone fi» the best. Hoffman & Allen Co. &
Forest Grove, parents, Mr. and Mrs Harry Nauffts day this
$ 4 6 .
‘ your hens. It wil' make them lay.
in this city. She will stay a month.
V. S. Abraham
Off t o the
Camp Supplies, Fishing Tackle,
Cuns, Rifles and Aimmition
2 5 cal. Stevens, 2 5 -2 0 Winchester
3 0 -3 0 W in ch ester 3 2 special Win
chester, 2 5 -3 5 W inchester; 30-30
Savage, 3 0 -3 0 lightw eight Savage
3 0 -3 0 R em in gton a u to m a tic.
L. C. Smith, Stevens, Parker,
Baker and o th e r makes o f shot
M ay 2 0. 1907
$ 8 9 .8 2 2 .1 7
A u g u s t 2 2 , 1907
D e c e m b e r 3, 1907
F e b ru a ry
$ 1 8 5 ,3 2 4 .0 9
$ 2 4 9 ,5 3 3 .0 4
$ 2 7 9 ,1 6 5 .0 8
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Jennings of Gas
ton, were in town Monday making ar-
I rangements to hold a public sale which
will be held on Thursday, September 3.
Miss Gladys L. Todd will leave Fri
day afternoon for Chico, Cal., to re
sume her studies in the State Normal.
She will graduate in the June class ’09. j
Miss Helen Boldrick, Mils Ada
Taylor. Howard Taylor and Egbert
Bishop visited at the Walker Camp at
Tripple Springs, a couple daps this
Dr. Dimmick has moved his
household effects from the rooms over
Russell’s shoe store, to a neat little
i cottage near W. W. McEldowney’s
out the V
Sec. and M *r.
A. B. THOM AS
P resid en t
F A R M and
B o t h T e le p h o n e s
work • to
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